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Relationship Facts of Isabelle Adjani

Isabelle Adjani is not having an affair with anyone presently.
Her sexual orientation is straight.

What is the relationship of Isabelle Adjani?

Isabelle Adjani had a son, Barnabé Saïd-Nuytten, with the cinematographer Bruno Nuytten, whom she later hired to direct her project Camille Claudel, a biopic of the sculptor who was best known as the lover of Rodin.

Then, she had a relationship with Daniel Day-Lewis from  1989 to 1995, who left before the birth of their son, Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis, in 1995.

Adjani was later engaged to the composer Jean-Michel Jarre; they broke up in 2004.

Relationship history with?

Engaged to

  • Jean-Michel Jarre (2002 – 2004)


  • Stéphane Delajoux (2004 – 2008),
  • Daniel Day-Lewis (1989 – 1994),
  • Warren Beatty (1986 – 1987),
  • Bruno Nuytten (1976 – 1981),
  • David Rocksavage

Relationship Timeline

TypeTotalTime Duration
Engaged12 years, 5 months
Dating615 years, 3 months


Isabelle Adjani: Biography in Details

Who is Isabelle Adjani?

Isabelle Adjani is a French film actress and singer. Likely, she is the only actress or actor in history to win five César Awards; she won Best Actress for Possession (1981), One Deadly Summer (1983), as well as in Camille Claudel (1988), La Reine Margot (1994), and Skirt Day (2009).

Isabelle Adjani was made a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour in 2010, and a Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters in 2014.

Family, Ethnicity

Isabelle Adjani was born in Paris, France on June 27, 1955. Her birth name is Isabelle Yasmina Adjani, and she is currently 64 years old.

Her birth sign is Cancer. She was born to her parents; Mohammed Cherif Adjani (father) and Augusta Adjani (mother).

Isabelle Adjani has a brother, Eric Adjani who was a photographer. He died on 25 December 2010, aged 53. Isabelle holds  French citizenship and mixed (Algerian Kabyle- German) ethnicity.

Education: School/College University

Talking about her education history, Isabelle Adjani attended Cours Florent.

Isabelle Adjani: Professional Life and Career

She roles in several films, and she enjoyed modest success in the 1974 film La Gifle (The Slap), which François Truffaut saw.

He immediately cast her in her first major role in his The Story of Adèle H. (1975) which he had finished writing five years prior. 

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Caption: Isabelle Adjani pose (Source: France)

After that, Isabelle Adjani quickly received offers for roles in Hollywood films, such as Walter Hill’s 1978 crime thriller The Driver. Also, she had previously turned down the chance to star in films like The Other Side of Midnight. She had described Hollywood as a “city of fiction” and said, “I’m not an American.

I didn’t grow up with that will to win an award.” Truffaut, on the other hand, said, “France is too small for her.

I think Isabelle is made for American cinema.” She agreed to make The Driver because she was an admirer of Hill’s first film Hard Times.

She played Lucy in the German director Werner Herzog’s 1979 remake of Nosferatu which was well-received critically and performed well at box offices in Europe.

Roger Ebert loved the film, calling Herzog’s casting of Adjani one of his “masterstrokes” in the film. He wrote that she “is used here not only for her facial perfection but for her curious quality of seeming to exist on an ethereal plane.”

The cast and the crew filmed both English- and German-language versions simultaneously upon request of 20th Century Fox, the American distributor, as Kinski and Ganz could act more confidently in their native language.

Additionally, Adjani released the French pop album Pull Marine, written and produced by Serge Gainsbourg.

She starred in a music video for the hit title song, “Pull Marine”, which was directed by Luc Besson. In the year 1988, she co-produced and starred in a biopic of the sculptor Camille Claudel.

Eventually, she received her fourth César for the 1994 film Queen Margot, an ensemble epic directed by Patrice Chéreau.

Moreover, Isabelle Adjani received her fifth César for Skirt Day (2009), the most that any actress has received.

The film features her as a middle school teacher in a troubled French suburb who takes her class hostage when she accidentally fires off a gun she found on one of her students.

Awards, Net Worth($40M)

Isabelle Adjani won Film – International for L’histoire d’Adèle H. (1975) at the Bambi Awards, and she won Best Actress for Camille Claudel (1988) at Silver Berlin Bear.

Likewise, she won Adolphe (2002), Quartet (1981), and Possession (1981) for Best Actress. Similarly, she won Best Actress for Possession (1981) at the International Fantasy Film Award in 1983.

Isabelle Adjani has an estimated net worth of around $40 million and she has earned that sum of money from her professional career.

Isabelle has earned salaries up to $150,000 for her acting.

How tall is Isabelle Adjani?

Isabelle Adjani has a height of 5 feet 4 inches and she weighs is 57Kg.

Additionally, she has a measurement of 34-26-32 inches, and her bra size is 34C. Isabelle’s hair color is black and her eye color is blue.

Is Isabelle Adjani active on social media?

Isabelle Adjani has around 95.4K followers on Facebook and about 60K followers on Instagram. Hence, she doesn’t have an official page on Twitter.

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